Sweet Puri is a deep-fried bread made from unleavened whole-wheat flour that originated in the Indian subcontinent served with Tea.
Puris in syrup is a special dish for Andhra people. It is easy to make and stays fresh for at least 10 days. Whenever someone’s sweet tooth plays up in our house, or the day we are making Puris in our house, we add a little more flour and make special Puris in syrup.
Sometimes, in our house we boil Milk to a thick consistency, add these Syrupy Puris and enou them. As you can see, it is a dish we often make at home.
Puris in syrup are very tasty and melt when we put them in our mouth. Though they are made across Andhra, they are a particularly popular dish in the Godavari districts.
These Puris are made like regular ones but with small variations.